City of Auburn

Reader Input: Sewer hike cash going where?

I am writing about the letter I received from the City of Auburn about the sewer hike. As an owner of a single-family residence in Auburn, I have a few questions about this issue t ...

Another View: Steering Auburn toward 2020: 4 key steps

Typhoons, whether real or if we think of them in a metaphoric sense, can suddenly and unexpectedly alter history and our lives. First, let’s consider the real thing. In Dec ...

Auburn drive to keep Flyers gas money wins key support

The city of Auburn’s quest to protect fuel tax revenues it now receives from Flyers Energy sales outside the city has found key support in the state Legislature. But Auburn& ...

Auburn amps up the draw for electric cars

Thanks to the combination of a $10,000 grant and two electronic vehicle charging stations, donated by an up-and-coming local business, the city of Auburn is poised to ride the wave ...

All those years ago ... From the pages of the Auburn Journal, May 7 and 14, 1964

How will Auburn look in year 2000? City gets peek By Joe Carroll A professional planner’s peek at what Auburn’s central business district might look like in the yea ...

City approves new manager

Auburn City Council members announced Thursday afternoon that they selected Tim Rundel, 47, of Oklahoma, as Auburn’s new city manager. Rundel will be leaving his job as assi ...

Reader Input: Conflicts surface within City Council

Having read Mr. (Gary) Moffatt’s article (“Council, chamber’s too-cozy deal,” Another View, April 20) and then Mr. (Kevin) Hanley’s response (“C ...

Reader Input: Stories, fire pit are good things

Thank you, Gus Thomson, for your article in February about the sisters and brother who have found each other after 65 years apart (“Abandoned in 1949, sisters find each other ...

Reader Input: Letter misstates two key facts

In response to Mr. (Frank) Gau’s recent letter to the Journal (“Theater built for WWII temporary use,” Reader Input, April 8), I would like to correct him on a co ...

Reader input: Our entrances to Auburn should be inviting

Auburn is a charming town in so many ways. Shouldn’t our entrances to our town be inviting? Today when I exited the freeway at Highway 49, I couldn’t help but notice wh ...